Poland Reports Attack on Border Wall, Arrests Dozens

The Polish Border Guard Service has reported that more than 24 foreign nationals attempted to cross the Belarusian-Polish border last night. The group targeted border surveillance equipment including at least two EO/IR cameras. 17 of the group were arrested near Czeremcha.

The announcement reads below:

”Yesterday, 28 attempts to illegally cross the border of our country in the Podlaskie Voivodeship were revealed.
Last 24 hours, 17 foreigners were caught just after illegally crossing the Polish-Belarusian border, and 11 people retreated deep into Belarus at the sight of Polish patrols. Fifteen Iranian citizens tried to illegally cross the border in the section protected by the Border Guard Post in P?aska. Activities related to counteracting illegal migration were also carried out by officers from Czeremcha, Dubicze Cerkiewne and Narewka. Migrants coming from Iraq, Egypt and Syria were revealed.

Today, just after midnight, in the Czeremcha area, migrants attempted to destroy border security. The watchful eye of the camera and the quick reaction of the officers prevented the illegal crossing of the border of our country.”

This report coincides with previous by this publication denoting the hybrid warfare undertaken by the Russian Federation and Belarus against NATO nations.

Tessaron
Tessaron
United States Military Academy and American Military University Alumni. Victor covers flash military, intelligence, and geo-political updates.

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